Free Press Journal
  • IIM- I to bear expenses of injured students

    Indore: Showing its humane face, the IIM- Indore has announced to bear all the expenses incurred on treatment of students injured in the stage collapse incident and subsequently admitted in local hospitals. “ Whatever medical expenses of the injured would be borne by the IIM Indore,” said Akhtar Parvez, PRO, IIM Indore. Besides, he added that travel expenses and hotel bills of parents of the victim students would also be borne by

  • Bid to burgle jwellery shops in Chhota Sarafa foiled

    Indore: A watchman of a jewellery Complex at Chhota Sarafa foiled an attempt of thieves to break into the shops of the complex on Sunday night. Police and local residents nabbed three accused.

  • Former head of Brahmin Co- op Bank takes Tai for task

    Indore: Former chairperson of Maharashtra Brahmin Cooperative Bank Anil Kumar Dhadwaiwale alleged MP Sumitra Mahajan and her son Milind Mahajan’s roles were crucial in the scams took place in the bank between 1997 and 2003.

  • 5 more BJP leaders booked for Code violation

    Ujjain: Dharna staged by Minister of School Education Paras Jain to pass the newly proposed building map of Government Kalidas Girls College has caused five more BJP leaders to be entangled in the case. Jiwajiganj police registered FIR against BJP leaders Rajendra Ghawri, Pawan Gehlot, Vijju Bhati, Hemant Gehlot and Manohar Gehlot. More names will be added soon as video recording of dharna is being analyzed. The case was filed under section

  • Girl falls off moving train; dies

    Ujjain : A 22- year- old girl was died after she fell off a moving train between Dewas- Ujjain railway track on Sunday. Sources informed that the girl was travelling in Malwa- Express along with her father. Neha daughter of Shambudayal, resident of Lalitpur boarded in Malwa express from Dewas where she was doing MA in History from a college. She was along with her father and was going to Gwalior. As

  • Code to hit 44th Tepa Sammelan

    Ujjain: Organisers of Radha Lala Amarnath memorial 44th Akhil Bharatiya Tepa Sammelan ensured that the programme will be concluded till 10 pm as Model Code of Conduct ( MCC) is effective in view of Lok Sabha Polls. Programme will be orgnised at Kalidas Sanskrit Academy on Monday to mark April Fool’s Day. This year’s Tepa Sammelan will be flavoured with the theme of elections.

  • TOP OF THE TABLE

    Yuvi, Ashwin nonchalantly destroy Australia by 73 runs to take India to its most facile T20 win in a T20 match.

  • Lanka take on Kiwis for a semi-final spot

    Sri Lanka and New Zealand are on four points each from three games and the winner of today’s Super 10 match will decide which side will join South Africa in the semifinals from Group 1

  • Dhoni pleased to see Yuvraj striking form

    “Yuvraj getting back into form was really good. He decided to give himself time to play
    himself in which was very crucial”

  • Williams beats Li for record seventh title

    She added a second trophy in 2014 to the one she lifted in Brisbane in  January and joined Martina Navratilova, Steffi Graf and Chris Evert as the only women in the Open era to win the same title seven or more times

  • City fail to ‘check-in’ through Palace opening

    Pellegrini’s men squander an opportunity against Arsenal to replace Chelsea at the summit, as Blues earlier slump to a shock loss against Crystal Palace

  • Hamilton leads Mercedes to a big win in Malaysia

    Sepang (Malaysia): Britain’s Lewis Hamilton led the first Mercedes one-two in 59 years on Sunday as he stormed into the title race with a commanding victory at the Malaysian Grand Prix.Hamilton streaked away from pole position and was never pressured as he finished ahead of team-mate Nico Rosberg with four-time defending world champion Sebastian Vettel third

  • “Tribute to MH370 victims”

    Sepang (Malaysia): Rain disrupted qualifying but Malaysia’s notorious downpours were largely absent as the 2008 world champion finished 17 seconds ahead of Rosberg, who leads the overall standings with 43 points to Hamilton’s 25.

  • Force India’s Hulkenberg finishes fifth

    Sepang (Malaysia) :  Force India driver Nico Hulkenberg impressed once again, securing fifth position in the Malaysian Grand Prix at the Sepang International Circuit here Sunday. Teammate Sergio Perez failed to start the race due to an engine problem.

  • Sourabh goes down fighting in thriller

    Johor Bahru: India’s Sourabh Verma suffered heartbreak in the men’s singles final of the Malaysia Grand Prix Gold as he went down fighting in a three-game thriller against Simon Santoso of Indonesia.He squandered a one-game advantage to lose 21-15 16-21 19-21 to former world number three Simon in an energy-sapping sixty nine-minute match at the Stadium Perbandaran Pasir Gudang.

  • Piramal Polo win Porsche cup

    Mumbai: Once again Dhruvpal Godara played a excellent polo game, who scored nine goals for Piramal Polo team and defeated Benaz Corp 9½ – 9 in the final of the Amateur Riders’ Club (ARC) Porsche Southern Command Polo Cup (10 Goals) tournament, a part of the 67th Annual Horse Show and Polo Tournament 2014.

  • EB pip Sporting Clube de Goa to remain in title hunt

    Kolkata: East Bengal kept their I-League title hope afloat with a 2-1 win over Sporting Clube de Goa in a round 23 fixture at the Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan.Super sub Baljit Sahni gave a sloppy looking East Bengal the lead at the stroke of half time, while Lalrindika Ralte gave a two-goal cushion with a lucky 65th minute goal.
    East Bengal could have easily added three more goals to their tally but Ralte